Another Off-Site Blog Worth Reading

In an effort to expand my contributions in the blogosphere, I accepted an invitation to submit an essay to another great biblical and theological website: “Parking Space 23.” My first contribution is “Continuity: Old Testament Truth in New Testament Clothing.” The continuity that exists between the two biblical testaments does not contravene the clear distinction between Israel …

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Elihu and Moses (the Book of Job and Genesis)

Starting in Job 33, Elihu, the youngest of Job’s friends, addresses Job, Eliphaz, Zophar, and Bildad regarding their erroneous views about God’s character and Job’s problems. As he makes his case, Elihu expresses himself with words and phrases, concepts and imagery that appear to echo the early chapters of Genesis. If the Book of Job was …

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The cost: to finish the task

This sermon is part of the 2010 SummerFest series at Placerita Bible Church. The text for this message is Luke 14:8-30. This sermon was delivered at Placerita Bible Church on June 20, 2010 [wpaudio url=”/files/audio/messages/2010-06-20_PBC.mp3″ text=”Dr Bill Barrick, Luke 14:8-30″]

Global Outreach

This message was delivered at the Masters College Chapel on September 26, 2001 from Luke 5:17-26. In the wake of September 11, Dr Barrick talks about Missions and Evangelism among Muslims. [wpaudio url=”/files/audio/messages/2001-09-26_TMC.mp3″ text=”Dr Bill Barrick, Global Outreach”]

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